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Blackwell Grange Hotel
Darlington
County Durham

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Unwind in the elegance of this beautiful and historic 17th century mansion, set in 15 acres of its woodland. The hotel has 110 en-suite bedrooms with all the facilities one would expect. The Havelock Restaurant is renowned for its excellent food and wines. Alternatively for a less formal atmosphere the Captain Cook's Bar is ideal with its superb views over the grounds. The hotel offers superb leisure facilities including indoor heated pool, spa pool, solarium, sauna and well equipped gymnasium.

The Blackwell Grange Hotel nestles between the North Yorkshire Moors and the beautiful City of Durham in a county full of mystic legent and with an enchanting atmosphere. The hotel is an elegant 17th century mansion set in 15 acres of parkland and just a short walk from the thriving market town of Darlington- with its quaint alleyways, ancient market-place and historic buildings.

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